HC Deb 22 January 1942 vol 377 cc457-8W
Mr. Crowder

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will consider, in connection with the printing of Income Tax forms for 1942–43, the discontinuance of the practice of printing on the forms the name and address of the 700 different inspectors of taxes in view of the delay in printing thus caused and the consequent inconvenience; and whether he will now arrange to have all forms printed to a standard pattern, leaving the address of the local office to be stamped on at the time of issue?

Sir K. Wood

To stamp each form by hand with particulars, as suggested, instead of having them printed would, I think, clearly be uneconomical and I am not, therefore, disposed to make any change in the practice in this matter.